With its myriad of bays, coves and trails, as well as its resident populations of seals, sea lions and otters - Sucia Island is a fantastic corner of the Pacific Northwest to explore.
Due to the strategic position of this island it also became a target point for pirates and privateers.
Both of the following stories were told to us by people who are well versed in preserving their stories through oral history – Alaskan Natives.
Old legend says the lights are caused by “spirits playing football with a walrus head.”
Here in this tiny town on the edge of nowhere, a tribe has been surviving and thriving for centuries.